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Parking FAQs

Q: Why do I need to submit a residential parking permit application?

Q: What makes me eligible to receive a residential parking permit?

Q: What do I need to submit a parking petition?

Q: How many credits do I need to be eligible for a parking permit?

Q: How long will it take for my parking petition to be processed?

Q: How do I get a new parking permit if I change zones?

 

 


 

Q: Why do I need to submit a residential parking permit application?

A: If you are a freshman or a sophomore you need to submit a parking petition in order to receive a permit because there are limited parking spaces to park on campus and returning juniors and seniors have preference to residential parking spaces.

 

Q: What makes me eligible to receive a residential parking permit?

A: 

  • U3 or U4 standing
  • Off-campus employment (if U1 or U2 standing)
  • Medical reasoning (if U1 or U2 standing)

 

Q: What do I need to submit a parking petition?

A: In order to have your petition reviewed you must submit: 

  • Application (include applicant information & notarized affidavit)
  • Recent paystub (if you get paid by check)

 

Q: How many credits do I need to be eligible for a parking permit?

A: If you have 57 credits you are considered a junior (U3 standing) and can automatically receive a residential permit. If you have under 57 credits, it is necessary to apply for a parking permit.

 

Q: How long will it take for my parking petition to be processed?

A: Petitions are usually processed within the week they are received unless there is information missing from the petition.

 

Q: How do I get a new parking permit if I change zones?

A: If you move to a different residential building during the semester and the parking lot corresponding to your building is in a different zone than your old one, you must fill out a Resident Zone Change Form.

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